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Segment Internet Traffic

Hi all,

We have a Cisco ASA 5510 connected to a managed router. Our line is a DS3. On the LAN side we have several 29xx and 35xx Catalyst switches.

I would like to segment our Internet traffic by origin. For example:

Total allocated bandwidth 45mbps

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Internal 'wired' LAN bandwidth = 25 MBPS

Internal wireless LAN bandwidth= 10 MBPS

VPN traffic = 5 MBPS

Guest wireless bandwidth = 5 MBPS

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I know this is all fairly generic. What is the best way to go about this setup ?

Thanks

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Segment Internet Traffic

Create VLAN's for wired, wireless, VPN and guest.  On ASA, rate limit each VLAN based upon your needs.

NOTE: If your VPN server is actually a "server" which would reside on the "wired" VLAN, you'll have to assign a secondary or tagged interface to allow VPN traffic to be assigned to that VLAN and the ability to route it (not overly complex, just more of a pain).

Thanks,

Sean Brown

http://www.sleepyshark.com

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